If I take the limit on the sum... I get 1/1 = 1(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If the limit does NOT = 0 then sigma f(x) diverges...I'm not quite sure I follow this... Does this mean that in order for the equation to converge, the sum (sigma) must be = to 0?

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# Infinite Series: sigma n^2/(n^2 +1)

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